If you have switched to Signal, then you may want to get acquainted with what the app has to offer. Here are the best Signal features you should use.
Do you have plenty of notes in need of organization? Let’s see how Obsidian can organize your notes with links, relations and knowledge base.
TreeLine is an outliner for Linux and Windows and is a powerful tool for organizing information. Here is how to install and use TreeLine.
Goodnotes makes your Apple Pencil a worthwhile investment, especially if you’re drowning under a pile of post-its and todo lists.
When using an app, it is important for it to be accessible on multiple platforms. Here are some of the best cross-platform note-taking apps.
Microsoft OneNote is great, but there also plenty of great choices out there. Here are some of the best Microsoft OneNote alternatives for you.
If you’re looking for a different note-taking app, Notion is a promising new app that rethinks how we approach documents.
If you are not willing to pay the expensive subscription fee of Day One, here are some of the best Day One alternatives for Mac you can use for free or a small fee.
Evernote and OneNote are two diametrically opposite note-taking apps. If you are deciding between the two, here is how they stack up against each other.
As gadgets and machines take up more and more of our daily lives, they are beginning to tackle more and more of our tasks. Do you take notes electronically or with pen and paper?
WorkFlowy is an organizational tool that makes life easier. It’s a surprisingly powerful way to take notes, make lists, collaborate, brainstorm and more!
Bookmark a URL doesn’t allow you to add your own notes about that site. If you want to add notes and save webpages at the same time, AnnoPad is a great solution.
Some users use their text editor extensively for scripting, coding, editing while others use it simply just for note-taking. If you belong to the latter group and are looking for a lightweight text editor, Leafpad is the one for you. [Linux only]
A look at and comparison of two Mac apps for quick note-taking, Noteworthy+ and NotesTab. Find them both in the Mac app store.
I’m always looking for ways to make my job a little easier. No matter how great the apps I currently use are, I’m always looking for ones that are even better. I found that with InkFlow. In the description of the app they discuss it being even better than pen and paper, and I think […]
While the iOS itself provides a note-taking app for the iPad, it can be rather limiting. It only includes the most basic of functions. For those who are looking for more functionality, the good news is that there are over 700 note-taking apps available at the App Store, and even better, 141 of them are […]
If you haven’t used it before, Evernote is a super popular note taking application. There is no set way to use Evernote, so to some people, this can deter them from using it. By using tips like we have listed below, you may see them as a template to use Evernote or they may spark […]
I’ve just watched a beautiful animation titled “The Secret of Kells”. I’m not going to spoil anything by telling you the story here, but I can tell you that the movie described how hard the process of writing a book was back in the middle age. It required top notch craftsmanship to write each and […]
Every tablet needs a good writing application –something to take notes, make annotations, and maybe even scribble a quick sketch. Xournal is a GTK-based program that does just that. It works with Linux-compatible desktop graphics tablets, tablet PCs, and maemo-based handheld devices (such as the soon-to-be released Nokia N900). Xournal is available in many distribution […]